Tuesday, September 13, 2005
Westinghouse Digital Adds New Photo Frames
Santa Fe Springs-based Westinghouse Digital said this morning that it is rolling out a new digital photo frame. Digital photo frames are a growing segment of the digital photography market, and allow consumers to display a slide show of digital photos in what appear to be standard photo frames. Westinghouse's newest entry into this market includes 8MB of flash memory, enough for 80 photos, and includes a 5.6-inch LCD with options for mahogany, black, or brushed aluminum frames. The new photo frame supports CF I/II, MS, XD, SD or MMC, or transfer of photos from USB. Westinghouse Digital is a provider of LCD TVs and monitors.